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Google Glass: What Will You Do If It Tracked Your Brain?

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What if Google decides to track your brain with the Google Glass?

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IBM Working On Electronic Blood For Powering And Cooling Supercomputers

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Inspired by the human brain, IBM is working on 'electronic blood' which could be used in the future to simultaneously power and cool supercomputers.

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Video Game Improves Cognitive Skills Of Aged People

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New research is suggesting that playing a video game is good for improving cognitive skills in aged people.

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Injectable LEDs For Studying The Brain (Video)

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These new LEDs can be used to understand more about how our brain works.

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New Breakthroughs in Human Brain-Controlled Robotic Arm Technology

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Researchers at the University of Pittsburgh have made a breakthrough in human brain controlled robotic arm manipulation.

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Human Brain Hacked, Banking PIN Codes Extracted with BCIs

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In some ways, you could think of the human brain as a complex computer. And like any complex computer, with the right resources, it can be hacked.

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Synthetic Natural Brain Could Be A Reality Soon

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The brain is without a doubt the most complex organ in the human body, and that is why creating a synthetic natural brain is a very difficult task. But it appears like scientists are getting closer and closer to completing the task of making a machine that behaves like a natural brain. Scientists involved in the BrainScaleS project, a collaboration between 15 research institutions, are trying to create hardware which emulates parts of a natural brain.

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Enzyme Found to Control Memory Retention in the Brain

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Researchers at the National Institutes of Health have located a molecule in the brain that can be manipulated to either restore or erase memories, according to a paper published in the journal Science.

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British watchdog agency wants to ban cell phones for kids

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Powerwatch, an independent watchdog agency in the U.K., wants to impose an age limit on cell phone use, saying children are up to five times as likely do develop brain tumors from using mobiles.

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Brain forgets information at an extraordinary rate

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How many times have you been to an hour-long business meeting or lecture, and did your best to listen and offer an occasional nod, and then at the end of the hour been unable to recall anything that was said?

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